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Sioux City Reviews
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I like all the different places to shop and the beautiful river side. It is a big city with a lot of different things to do. It is very diverse with all the different ethnicities in one area. It is expanding with more hotels, apartment complexes. Shopping mall is awesome! Schools are good and offer great curriculum and extracurricular activities.
Sioux City is a growing city located next to the boarder of Nebraska and South Dakota. There are a lot of new developments and enhancements being applied to the downtown area. Most shopping and places to dine out are located on the south side of the city, away from the downtown location. Activities for young children are found all throughout the city, but activities for teens and young adults are very limited throughout the community. People who travel to Sioux City often refer to it as 'dirty' compared to other cities just a few couple hours away. There are not a lot of outdoor activities or attractions that draw in tourist.
Sioux City is in my opinion the perfect size town to live in at any age. As a young child born in Iowa it is safe to assume that many believe that I may have been sheltered from typical American culture. However, Sioux City is just like any typical city you would find in America. It was at one point called "Little-Chicago" because of the liveliness it contains. But, Sioux City is not all perfect. The number one concern shared by all residents within the tri-state area which Sioux City presides is the constant presence of construction. From the building of new schools to the making of new roads and bridges, the expansion and influx of population into Sioux City is forcing it to grow and in turn forces the construction. But that superficial problem is easily overlooked due to the companionship you obtain from being a resident in Sioux City.